Asian tech roundup: Startup fever costs SoftBank

Plus: The disappearance of (another) Chinese billionaire

Tom Allen
clock • 2 min read
Asian tech roundup: Startup fever costs SoftBank

Welcome to Computing's fortnightly roundup of tech news in Asia. This time we look at Australian security fears; Chinese tech layoffs; and an Indian data breach.

Australia's federal government has committed to removing cameras made in China from government buildings, fearing a security risk. More than 900 are installed around the country. There are fears ar...

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